Publications

  • Incentives for enhanced performance of agricultural extension systems

    Working Paper Series 2016 – 6

    Can agricultural extension systems deliver quality services to smallholder producers, often in remote areas? Yes, there is evidence that this is achieved in some developing and emerging economies. But this is by no means a common practice, and many extension systems continue to struggle with weak performance. This is paper 6 on this subject in a series of six: Incentives for enhanced performance of agricultural extension systems.

  • A baseline study on child marriage, teenage pregnancy and female genital mutilation/ cutting in Kenya

  • Limits and opportunities to community health worker empowerment: A multi-country comparative study

    Authors
    S. Kane, M Kok, H. Ormel, K. de Koning
    Year of Publication
    2016
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  • The doctor International Health and Tropical Medicine: time for another leap ahead

    Authors
    B Gerretsen, et al.
    Year of Publication
    2016
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    S. Kane, M Kok, M. Dieleman, et al.
    Year of Publication
    2016
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  • Gender relations and women’s reproductive health in South Sudan

    Authors
    S. Kane, M. Rial, A. Matere, M. Dieleman, J.E.W Broerse, M. Kok
    Year of Publication
    2016
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  • Policy Options to Reduce Fragmentation in the Pooling of Health Insurance Funds in Iran

    Authors
    S. Kane, et al.
    Year of Publication
    2016
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  • Towards inclusive Pluralistic Service Systems

    Authors
    M Wongtschowski, Ingrid Flink, V. Bitzer
    Year of Publication
    2016
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  • Factors Influencing Child Marriage, Teenage Pregnancy and Female Genital Mutilation/Circumcision in Lombok Barat and Sukabumi Districts, Indonesia

    Authors
    Irwan M. Hidayana , Ida Ruwaida Noor , Gabriella Devi Benedicta , Hestu Prahara , Fatimah Az Zahro , Reni Kartikawati , Fadlia Hana , Pebriansyah , Maryse C. Kok
    Year of Publication
    2016
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  • Impact of MPH programs: contributing to health system strengthening in low- and middle-income countries?

    Authors
    P. Zwanikken
    Year of Publication
    2016
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  • Gender relations and women’s reproductive health in South Sudan

    Authors
    S. Kane, M. Dieleman, et al.
    Year of Publication
    2016
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  • The long way to post-conflict health recovery

    Authors
    E. Sondorp
    Year of Publication
    2016
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  • Social norms and family planning decisions in South Sudan

    Authors
    S. Kane, M. Rial, A. Matere, M. Dieleman, J.E.W Broerse, M. Kok
    Year of Publication
    2016
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  • New directions for inclusive Pluralistic Service Systems

    Authors
    M Wongtschowski, V. Bitzer, Ingrid Flink
    Year of Publication
    2016
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  • Risk Factors of Typhoid Infection in the Indonesian Archipelago

    Authors
    S. Alba, M.I. Bakker, et al.
    Year of Publication
    2016
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  • Does provider-initiated HIV testing and counselling lead to higher HIV testing rate and HIV case finding in Rwandan clinics?

    Authors
    M.I. Bakker, et al.
    Year of Publication
    2016
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  • Optimising the benefits of community health workers’ unique position between communities and the health sector

    A comparative analysis of factors shaping relationships in four countries

    Authors
    M. Kok, H. Ormel, J.E.W. Broerse, S. Kane, I. Namakhoma, L. Otiso, M. Sidat, Z. Aschenaki, Taegtmeyer M., S. Theobald, M. Dieleman
    Year of Publication
    2016
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  • Regional Markets for Local Development

    Authors
    F. Zaal, R. Bymolt, A. van Tilburg, J.H.M. Sluijs, J. Belt
    Year of Publication
    2016
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  • Close-to-community providers of health care: increasing evidence of how to bridge community and health systems

    Authors
    M Kok, et al.
    Year of Publication
    2016
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  • Optimising the benefits of community health workers’ unique position between communities and the health sector: A comparative analysis of factors shaping relationships in four countries

    Authors
    M Kok, H. Ormel, S. Kane, M. Dieleman
    Year of Publication
    2016
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